ANS YOUNG MEMBERS CORNER

In 2014, the ANS Executive Council approved the creation of a Young Members Group, tasked with addressing the interests and needs of neurotologists in the early portion of their careers.  Eligible members include current ANS members, Neurotology Fellow or Trainee member within 8 years of graduation from fellowship (based on the criteria used by the Young Physicians Section of the AAO-HNS) and those currently in fellowship. 


 

Call for Applications:
Otology & Neurotology Cochrane Scholarships

The journal Otology & Neurotology is seeking applications for 2 Cochrane scholarships. Funds ($4000 per scholarship) will be provided to attend one or more Cochrane course in the US or Europe. Following completion of the course(s), the scholar will be expected to contribute a Cochrane-equivalent review or meta-analysis (topic of the scholar’s choice) suitable for publication in O&N. After publication of the review, scholars will then be invited to join the Editorial Board of O&N to assist with editorial review of similar types of manuscripts submitted for publication.

The application consists of a typed, single page (no smaller than 12 point font) description of how this scholarship would contribute to the career goals of the applicant. The ideal candidate is a junior faculty member, though mid-career faculty and fellows will also be considered. Send the application via email to:

Lawrence Lustig
Editor-in-Chief, Otology & Neurotology
[email protected]u

For information regarding available Cochrane Courses and writing Cochrane reviews, please see the following links:
Cochrane Training
How to Write a Cochrane Review

Applications are due November 30, 2020


 ANS Trainee Members- The match cycle has been set up for the 2020/2021 Neurotology fellowship match.

Timetable: 2020 Neurotology Fellowship Match For 2021 Positions
SpecialtyApplicant registration beginsCAS target/deadline dateRank list submission deadlineResults released to programsResults released to applicantsResults released to medical schoolsPost-match vacancies posted onTraining position starts
Neurotology Monday,
Jan 27, 2020
N/A Tuesday,
Oct 13, 2020
Tuesday,
Oct 20, 2020
Tuesday,
Oct 20, 2020
Tuesday,
Oct 20, 2020
Wednesday,
Oct 21, 2020
July 2021

CONTACT PERSON:

Dina Wong, Project Manager
SF Match
655 Beach Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
Main: 415-447-0350
Direct: 415-447-0355
Help desk: [email protected]
Direct email: [email protected]


Trainee Membership

The ANS Trainee membership category was created in 2004 by the ANS Executive Council with hopes that all Neurotology Fellows, Otolaryngology-HNS Residents, and Post Doctorate Researchers would apply for ANS entry-level membership as a full member at the close of his or her training. Trainee membership will co-terminate with the residency/training program at which time the Trainee member will be notified to apply for membership.

The following qualifications are required for Trainee Membership in the American Neurotology Society.

1. The candidate shall have earned a Medical Degree of MD, DO, PhD, or the equivalent.

2. In training in a field of study related to the field of Neurotology (Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Residency, Neurotology Fellowship or post doctoral research position).

3. Special interest in the field of Neurotology

4. Highest ethical and moral standards

5. Letter from Department Chair and/or Fellowship/Program Director validating your good standing as a Trainee including the duration of the program and expected date of completion. (letter must be uploaded with your application)

Trainee member applications are accepted year-around. Click here to download application instructions 
To complete the online application, click here

Please contact the Ashley Eikenberry with any questions. 

Email: [email protected]


Otology & Neurotology Cochrane Scholarships

PAST RECIPIENTS of COCHRANE SCHOLARSHIPS:

Dr. Matthew L. Bush, MD, PhD - University of Kentucky Medical Center

Dr. Theodore R. McRackan, MD, MSCR -  Medical University of South Carolina

Dr. David M. Kaylie, MD Duke University, Durham, NC

Dr. Cameron C. Wick, MD - Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO

Dr. Michael S. Harris - Medical University of Wisconsin

Dr. Ksenia A. Aaron - Stanford University